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Rebecca Zulli Lowe is a social scientist who has over 15 years of experience in the areas of educational program evaluation and project management focusing on interventions in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. She is also a research scientist specializing in educational policy research around teacher preparation, professional development, and school turnaround. In addition to completing a doctorate at UNC Chapel Hill in Educational Psychology and an undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Cornell University, Rebecca has specialized training and expertise in the area of broadening participation of underserved and underrepresented groups in STEM.

Rebecca actively participates as a member of the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) collaborative alliance where she provides strategic planning assistance to Computer Science departments and university administrators as an Extension Services Consultant. Since early in her doctoral studies, Rebecca has been actively engaged in diversity efforts as an evaluator for UNC Upward bound and the UNC AGEP program. She served as the Assistant Director for Evaluation at the NC Mathematics Science Education Network and later the Director of Research and Evaluation for the NC Alliance to Create Opportunity through Education. In seeking to advance best practices for promoting collective impact in recent years, Rebecca has worked to infuse implementation science and improvement science within her evaluation activities to support and promote rapid programmatic innovation and continuous improvement.

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